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With decades of experience, Muffet McGraw helps develop winning cultures that focus on creating strong teams and improving performance.
Two words you’ll often hear connected with Notre Dame Women's Basketball Head Coach Muffet McGraw – consistency and excellence. Since becoming the third head coach of the Fighting Irish women’s basketball program in 1987, McGraw has enjoyed considerable success: two national championships, seven trips to the NCAA division I title game, and induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, among her many accolades.
How does she do it? A legacy of leadership and player development, where she taps into players’ core strengths and desire to work as a team. Long a fighter for equal rights, McGraw will move audiences to action, creating inclusive and supportive cultures that focus on performance and improvement. She will inspire with stories of her playing and coaching career, and provide those tangible takeaways that any audience member can put in to practice both on the court and off.
Why Book Muffet McGraw for Your Event
Organizations around the world are sorely lacking the leadership skills necessary to adapt and evolve the workforce to fit with changing realities. Muffet McGraw will bring decades of her experience helping develop winning cultures that focus on team and improving performance. She will wow audiences with her stories and leave your attendees walking away with a plan to create better cultures for success.
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Lessons in Leadership with Muffet McGraw
Using the insights and inspirations from her career as Notre Dame Women's Basketball Head Coach, Muffet McGraw, shares stories on leadership and creating inclusive and supportive cultures that focus on performance and improvement. Using examples from both on and off the court, McGraw details the keys to her success and shares tangible takeaways that any audience member can put into practice that make relationships (and organizations) excel.